Legal scholars and practitioners analyze the Court’s most important regulatory decisions of this past term.
Supreme Court holds that government cannot discriminate against offensive trademarks.
Expanding a White House office could help shrink the whole federal government.
In a six-part series, Provost Wendell Pritchett explains why reforming higher education requires careful analysis of the fundamentals of regulation.
Economic, environmental, and policy considerations underlie the President’s “solar wall” proposal.
A proposed act would hinder needed regulations, thereby interfering with the executive branch’s constitutional authority to execute the law.
The law goes against the public interest, favoring lobbyists over public protections.
Encryption should be seen not only as an essential consumer protection tool, but also as an essential national security tool.
Experts argue that the number and cost of regulations sharply rose in 2015—at a rate that has held steady in 2016.
Scholars, activists, and other criminal justice experts address possible legal responses to excessive police force.